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CALGARY, Alberta & HOUSTON, September 17, 2021--PetroTal announces completion of 8H horizontal well with record production of nearly 8,000 barrels of oil per day
As a resident of Aurora and Newmarket for more than 35 years, Tim Flemming has raised his family here, is seeing his grandchildren flourish, and is taking an active role in fighting for the change he wants to see as Newmarket-Aurora’s Green Party candidate in the September 20 Federal Election. Heading door to door in the final heat of the campaign, he is doing so with a particular focus on climate change. In the last election, it was an “important” issue for the community, but things have change
The dollar held near three-week highs against a basket of major currencies on Friday after a raft of strong U.S. economic data rekindled expectations for earlier policy tightening by the U.S. Federal Reserve. U.S. retail sales unexpectedly increased in August, rising 0.7% from the previous month despite expectations of a 0.8% fall, while business sentiment survey by the Philadelphia Fed also showed a big improvement. "Yesterday's data were pretty strong across the board," said Yujiro Goto, chief currency strategist at Nomura Securities.
After two networks, eight seasons and a combined 153 episodes, Brooklyn Nine-Nine signed off Thursday with a grand finale that assured us that Jake and the squad would always be a part of each other’s lives. So, how’d it all end? Read on to find out… In the previous episode, the commissioner of the NYPD had […]
SINGAPORE, September 17, 2021--Unicommerce expands its SEA portfolio with 10 new client acquisitions.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 16, 2021 / Labaton Sucharow, a nationally ranked and award-winning shareholder rights law firm, is investigating potential securities violations and breach of fiduciary duty claims against Activision Blizzard, Inc.The investigation is to determine whether certain Activision officers and directors violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and breached their fiduciary duties to the Company.
In her third Federal election campaign, Conservative candidate Leona Alleslev has noticed something different on the campaign trail: a wave of emotion from many residents as soon as they open the door. “They are feeling fatigue,” says Ms. Alleslev. “They are feeling worried. There are still a lot of people who are struggling with the uncertainty, with the challenges that have resulted from COVID [and voting] is one more thing for them to try and deal with, manage, and think about.” When she’s fa
Courtesy Palo Alto FirefightersA three-alarm fire at a Palo Alto home owned by billionaire Google co-founder Larry Page has neighbors demanding answers on whether the California mansion was being used unlawfully as an office for tech workers.On Tuesday night, firefighters responded to a blaze at the 6-bedroom, 5.5-bath home, which per county records has an assessed value of more than $10 million. Fire officials say crews were dispatched to the Bryant Street property at 8:10 p.m., after a neighbo
Shawn Holley, an attorney for T.I. and Tiny, tells PEOPLE in a statement: "Mr. and Mrs. Harris are pleased, but not surprised, by the District Attorney's decision to dismiss these meritless allegations."
Being at home more often than ever before during COVID has spurred a renewed interest in gardening and growing your own food. As such, the York Region Food Network (YRFN) stepped up to the plate not only on how to grow the vegetables to put on it, but also what to do with the scraps. The YRFN’s Compost Learning Hub is just one successful initiative that has been borne out of the pandemic. Held virtually from the outset, the program is showing no signs of slowing down into the fall as people from
US regulators may give approval for a third Pfizer jab at a highly-anticipated meeting on Friday.
Ron Wallace, former Council member and founder of The Auroran Newspaper, was known during his lifetime as “Mr. Aurora” – and now generations of Aurora residents will see this moniker, one he so loved, every time they visit Town Park. On Sunday afternoon, a permanent memorial to Mr. Wallace, taking the form of an engraved rock beneath a mature tree near Town Park’s band shell, was unveiled during a special celebration of life following his death last November. Emceed by former MPP Frank Klees, he
The Town of Aurora and Aurora’s Downtown BIA sure hope so as they prepare to close down Yonge Street just south of Wellington Street for Saturday Night Fever on Yonge Street this Saturday from 4 – 11 p.m. A night of dancing to live music and a chance to browse all that local shops in the downtown core have to offer, the event will kick off with live performances at 4.15 by Beverly Mahood & Friends, followed by Soul Benefit at 6.30, Night Fever: A Tribute to The Bee Gees at 7.30 and the ever-popu
OTTAWA — As the federal party leaders are promising billions in new spending on the campaign trail, a look at their office expense accounts show what the taxpayers are spending pennies on. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s office charged the taxpayer seven cents for photocopies, his MP's expense records show. The office Trudeau runs as MP for Papineau in Montreal — not prime minister — submitted the charge on his office expenses in March. It submitted another eight-cent “copy charge” last Septembe
Chula Vista man loses 'great love' to COVID-19
Tenaya Stone Spa at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa is inspired by the spirit of nature, Indigenous cultures, but there's a call to do more.
Depending on who you ask, Canada’s standing in the world has either flourished or diminished over the last few years. In this, our final topic to Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill and Newmarket-Aurora candidates of the 2021 Federal Election, we invited individuals hoping to be Aurora’s next Members of Parliament to look at the current state of Canada’s place on the international stage. AURORA-OAK RIDGES-RICHMOND HILL From the perspective of NDP candidate Janice Hagen, Canada has been consistently
Though cruise missiles are not banned by the UN, this test presents new problems for other nations.
Victoria Covid hotspots: full list of Melbourne and regional Vic coronavirus exposure sites and trend in casesHere are the current coronavirus hotspots and Tier 1, 2 and 3 Covid-19 public exposure site locations in Victoria and Melbourne, and what to do if you’ve visited themVictoria’s Covid lockdown restrictions explainedFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesVaccine rollout tracker; get our free news app; get our morning email briefing Check the full list of Tier 1, 2 and 3 Covid-19
An octopus charged at divers in Victoria’s Port Philip Bay as they approached a toilet that the tentacled creature had made its underwater home.This video shared to Instagram by Jules Casey on September 12 shows the octopus positioned on the toilet before rushing toward the divers. It seats itself upon a camera momentarily, before returning to the toilet.The toilet is part of an artificial reef where Casey regularly films her adventures before posting the videos on her OneBreathDiver Instagram account.She is a freediver and photographer based on the Mornington Peninsula. Credit: Jules Casey via Storyful